When Good Projects Go Bad

Eventually, every business is going to encounter a failing or problematic software project. This can especially be true with a complex accounting system like Dynamics SL. The effects can be devastating: spiraling costs, lost income, overworked and disgruntled employees, and more. However, you can recover if you act quickly and take the right steps.

The first step is to recognize that there is a problem. Often business leaders don't recognize a project is in trouble until it's too late. If deadlines start slipping, costs start escalating, or your reseller is evasive or stops returning your phone calls, you may have a problem.


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About Jason Hull
Jason Hull is President and CEO of Dynamics Source Inc., a Microsoft
Dynamics consultancy specializing in turning around troubled
implementations. Jason has been working with Microsoft Dynamics SL for
10 years and holds multiple certifications on Dynamics SL, SQL Server,
Windows, and Citrix. Jason is a member of the Society of Industry
Leaders and has been honored by Hewlett-Packard for his contributions to
the IT field.

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